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1- Korea Institute for Applied Anatomy, Korea National Sport University, Seoul, Republic of Korea.
2- Korea Institute for Applied Anatomy, Korea National Sport University, Seoul, Republic of Korea. , leejehun@knsu.ac.kr
3- Department of Sports, Korea National Sport University, Seoul, Republic of Korea.
Abstract:   (448 Views)
Background. Shoulder movement is an important factor for wrestlers. Because the shoulder has a complex structure, shortening of the muscles that move the shoulder joint is associated with injuries. Therefore, for wrestlers, shoulder movement is a factor that affects performance, so it is important to check mobility and keep it flexible.
Objectives. The purpose of this study is to improve the angles of internal and external rotation of the shoulder joint by applying pressure to the bony landmarks where the related muscles are attached in order to make the wrestler's shoulder joint movement flexible.
Methods. Forty-three male collegiate wrestling athletes were conditioned at bony landmarks where muscles involved in shoulder movement attach for 10 to 15 minutes before and after each match for three weeks.
Results. As a result of comparing the range of motion before and after applying conditioning, it was found that there was a significant effect on improving mobility. Based on this, it is believed that a conditioning method that applies pressure to the landmark area of the bone may be effective.
Conclusion. In this study, it was found that applying muscle compression and relaxation therapy based on bone landmarks had a significant effect on improving the internal rotation angle of the shoulder joint. The closer a muscle is to the tendon, the less blood it receives, and the tendon area is attached to the bone and endures muscle contraction and relaxation, so fatigue is thought to be high. Therefore, compression and rolling based on this area can help relieve accumulated fatigue, assuming there is no inflammation
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  • Relaxation of muscles involved in shoulder joint movement and stability was found to be effective in relieving pain and improving mobility, and the compression area for muscle relaxation was said to be more effective when the bony landmark was used as the standard. If this conditioning method is applied to other sports that require overpowering an opponent or using strong shoulder strength, it is believed that significant effects can be seen, and it should be noted that the timing, time, and number of applications must be taken into consideration.

Type of Study: Original Article | Subject: Kinesiology and Sport Injuries
Received: 2023/11/16 | Accepted: 2024/01/23

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